AC Milan have entered the race to sign Inter linked Marash Kumbulla, according to a report from Verona based newspaper L’Arena earlier today.

The report details how, following on from Lazio and Inter’s hesitation regarding the 20-year-old Albanian, the Rossoneri have entered the race, hoping to secure another young talent, like they did with Brescia’s Sandro Tonali.

The main obstacle will be the price, however, as Verona president Maurizio Setti doesn’t want to lower the price below €30 million, the report continues.

The Gialloblu have already earnt a good amount this summer due to the sales of Sofyan Amrabat to Fiorentina and Amir Rrahmani to Napoli, and so are in no rush to lose the 20-year-old Kumbulla, who impressed in his debut Serie A season.

The Veneto based club could even decide to keep Kumbulla for another year, giving him more time to develop and shine with the club.

Inter are still interested in signing him but are currently working to secure Arturo Vidal.